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Similar words: preclusioninclusiveexclusiveconclusiveinconclusiveexclusivelyrecluseseclusionMeaning: [rɪ'kluːsɪv]  adj. 1. withdrawn from society; seeking solitude 2. providing privacy or seclusion. 
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1, He is a reclusive, timorous creature.
2, She is very reclusive, to the point of shutting me out of her life.
3, She had been living a reclusive life in Los Angeles since her marriage broke up.
4, A reclusive ex-rock-star's London mansion is used as a hideout by a violent protection racket thug, played by James Fox.
5, Mr Dos Santos, an almost reclusive figure who has led the country since 1979, gave no reason for his decision.
6, The reclusive Julio Gallo died three years ago in a Jeep accident at his Livermore ranch at the age of 83.
7, From about 1913 onwards he became a reclusive eccentric, shunning both London and local society.
8, Nick Logan is a strange, reclusive figure rarely seen outside Wanstead, unless accompanied by Ronnie Biggs' biographer. 8.
9, They are reclusive and idiosyncratic, dwelling in exquisite mansions far from each other with their families and a select band of retainers.
10, He led a rather monastic, reclusive lifestyle and displayed a complete disregard for personal gain.
11, He has grown reclusive in recent years, seemingly unaware that he is no longer under house arrest.
12, Yet who was this pathologically reclusive artist?
13, She had become increasingly ill and reclusive.
14, Feinberg, the reclusive founder of Cerberus Capital Management,( the big buyout firm.
15, But their exacting curriculum, tough competition and reclusive campus lifestyle have taken a toll on students.
16, Despite reclusive, his recognition for dedication to the arts made him an easy man to revere.
17, Reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes racked up millions of dollars in hotel bills while staying on and off for 30 years at the four bungalows at the Beverly Hills Hotel from 1942 onwards.
18, Analysts say that would allow the reclusive Communist state to extract plutonium from the reactor's fuel rods - giving it additional fuel with which to build nuclear weapons.
19, My marriage has broken up. It has made me reclusive and unsociable.
20, Philip Yorke, who had inherited the house unexpectedly from his reclusive brother, was a most lovable man.
21, But another scholar speculates that the figure was carved by a reclusive, avant-garde sculptor.
22, Among amateur astronomers, Alcock has a reputation for being reclusive.
23, Len. He's now 70 years old, considered a grandfatherly man, and is somewhat reclusive.
24, It follows the nuclear test conducted two weeks ago by the reclusive regime.
25, He snow 70 years old, considered a grandfatherly shaman, and is somewhat reclusive.
26, BEIJING (Reuters) - China denied on Thursday claims by two U.S. journalists, jailed by North Korea for illegal entry into the reclusive state, that they were seized on Chinese territory.
27, South Korea news agency said the missile were Scuds, which would mark an escalation by the reclusive North, which has fired several non-ballistic, short-range missile since the May 25 nuclear test.
28, Great grey owl The great grey owl is a large, reclusive predator of the taiga's coniferous forests.
29, He praised his'Chinese partners'for continuing to maintain ties with the reclusive regime.
30, Josh Howard seems like a nice kid albeit a fairly quiet reclusive one with the media.
More similar words: preclusioninclusiveexclusiveconclusiveinconclusiveexclusivelyrecluseseclusionelusiveinclusionprecludeexclusionconclusionin conclusiondraw a conclusionexclusionary ruleabusiveeffusiveintrusiveobtrusiveunobtrusiverecessiveunobtrusivelysecludesecludedclusterallusionreclinereclaimdelusion
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